Monthly Archives: February 2016

A Precision View of the Past

With age comes wisdom, and a 6 year span can feel like two lifetimes. The other day, I was thinking: if I could go back in time, what would I do differently? What events or mistakes would I warn my … Continue reading

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The Rule of 15

You may be familiar with the Rule of Three, but have you ever heard of the Rule of 15? Back in high school, one of my art teachers would incessantly say, “you have to work with a medium 15 times … Continue reading

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Portraying Love Honestly: Where ‘P.S. I Love You’ Succeeds and Stumbles

Love is probably the most common theme in media, and I do mean all mediums. Movies, books, sonnets, music, tattoos, documentaries, children’s drawings, slideshows, art exhibits — you name it, and there will be a plethora of material attempting to … Continue reading

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